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Friday, December 23, 2016
Stars and Stripes Daily Headlines
VA discloses ratings of its 146 medical centers Most medical centers serving veterans across the country are improving, according to a once-withheld rating system just released by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Yet, the ratings show several facilities racked by scandal continue to struggle.
Inquiry says Snowden in contact with Russia's spy services Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden remains in contact with Russian intelligence services, according to a bipartisan congressional report released at a time when Russia is considered a top national security concern.
Iraq bombs kill 23, disrupt return to normal life in Mosul Repeated attacks by IS militants in parts of Mosul "liberated" by Iraqi forces - including mortars, sniper fire, suicide car bombs and sneak attacks - are plaguing attempts by troops to advance in the city and shaking residents who are trying to find some semblance of a normal life again.
Navy’s most expensive warship gets new commander Capt. James A. Kirk relinquished command of the USS Zumwalt, the Navy’s biggest, most expensive and technologically advanced warship, to Capt. Scott A. Tait during a ceremony Tuesday at Naval Base San Diego.
On Pearl Harbor, history a matter of perspective for Japan, US The Pearl Harbor attack that led the United States into WWII is normally a historical footnote in Japan, rarely discussed on anniversaries or in depth at schools. That changed when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced in early December he would visit Pearl Harbor with President Barack Obama to offer “comfort to the souls of the victims.”